Definition of 'wisteria'
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Example sentences containing 'wisteria'
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Go and tell him it is too early to prune the wisteria. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Now the leaves are down, you can see to prune wisteria. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Make a solitary bee box, and grow roses and wisteria. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Great arms of wisteria and roses climb through the ruins, claiming them. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Outside, a little patio is hung with wisteria and clematis. Times, Sunday Times (2010)WHEN is the best time to prune wisteria? The Sun (2014)WHEN is the best time to prune my climbing wisteria? The Sun (2011)A house wall covered in purple wisteria will fill the air with perfume. Times, Sunday Times (2015)How do I give a wisteria a summer prune? Times, Sunday Times (2007)Better to check now than wait and find that a four-year-old sucker has shot right up through your white wisteria and now half of it is purple. Times, Sunday Times (2014) The wisteria I prune tight to the wall, now. Times, Sunday Times (2015)She also noted that the wisteria I'd planted up against the house last year was ready for its first pruning. Times, Sunday Times (2010)
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